State panel will spend $412 million on highway repairs, pedestrian safety

(Enterprise file/Oregon Department of Transportation)

Oregon will use more than $400 million in new federal transportation money to finish some large highway projects and make roads more accessible to pedestrians, the Oregon Transportation Commission decided this week. 

The state Transportation Department is set to receive about $1.2 billion over the next five years as part of the recent federal infrastructure law . . .

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